Captain quandary + Guess who is sick?

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via @Arsenal.com

Our first Saturday match of the season has landed and it feels good. Enjoy it, they’re going to be few and far between.

So what’s new?

Ozil has been ‘sick’ again, lolz, there are people that have eaten directly from a nuclear reactor with stronger immune strength than him.

Arsenal ditched the captain’s notes. Xhaka is the ‘Voice from the dressing room’ in the matchday programme… it’s like Arsenal is in its early twenties at a fancy University, we’ve just met an older student that’s running side classes in wokeness called Kale-isthenics, and we’ve just learned that the captain’s armband is actually social construct and is basically a form of oppression.

Emery hates it. He can’t wait to tell the captains of other clubs that they’re contributing a vicious cycle of captain-archy that’s directly contributing the anxiety of naturally weak people.

Good for Unai, but I can’t help but think a team that really lacked leadership when the chips were down last season should perhaps be making one person accountable for being the go-to for dishing out meaty bollockings.

Checklist for the captain:

  • Make sure they’re not injured
  • Make sure they’re going to play the majority of games
  • Make sure the fans and players like them
  • Make sure they are good at football
  • Make sure they can battle knife crime with their BARE HANDS

Probably going to be Xhaka… guy can handle the spare key though, so who am I to sniff?

Burnley at home shouldn’t be a problem, but if we play like we did against Newcastle it might be.

They’re capable of putting the wind up us and they have some speed in their ranks… Ashley Barnes can be a bother at times and I hate playing shit-kickers with an unsettled starting 11.

Our defence put on a great show against Newcastle, our full-backs played with more discipline, which looked like a tactical decision based on ability. It’ll be interesting to see whether that holds up tomorrow. I’m also waiting to see how Emery treats Chambers now David Luiz has been with us a couple of weeks. We are one week from Liverpool, Luiz making his debut against them is a scary proposition… so is Chambers starting against Firmino, Mane or the ruthless Origi.

We need a big performance, lots of energy, lots of chances and a bit of a statement.

OVER TO YOU UNAI!

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  1. Paulinho

    “Never ever saw Elneny press off the ball so effectively as Guendouzi did last week at Newcastle”

    I saw him do it better. First half away at West Ham away 2016. We were great in that game until they equalised and we just fell apart.

  2. Godfather

    Are there still Ozil defenders around? Dani Ceballos is a gem. Sad that Madrid will bleed us dry if we think of making this a permanent move. Might need to add a buy back clause to get that done

  3. Ishola70

    SUGA3
    “I think we have got replacing Koscielny with Luiz right.”

    lol that’s an absolute no brainer.

    Luiz can make errors but overall as a CB in 2019 he is probably twice the defender Kos was by the end. Kos regressed badly. Don’t think people realise just how much he regressed. It’s like he went to bed one night and woke up the next morning a very old man.

  4. Marko

    Just find it strange, AMN gets killed on here for example when he makes a mistake to the point that people ignore his quality going forward

    Eh it’s because he’s a fullback and his mistakes usually cost us and first and foremost he should be more concerned with defending than attack.

  5. Freddie Ljungberg

    WE

    AMN got plenty of praise for the assist last week, but people still remember all his costly mistakes so it’s tempered by that.

    Willock was probably our best player during preseason, like Guen was last year, he hasn’t cost the team yet and is just feeling his way into the PL, not sure there’s too much to criticise really, same with Nelson for me, they’re both 19, plenty more to come from them, not everyone is a Cesc or Rooney dominating PL games from 17 years of age.

  6. WengerEagle

    Marko

    Don’t you see how daft you’re being with the Xhaka comparison being an apt one.

    Going off of his stats he’s a near perfect passer when we all know that the vast majority of those are safe crab passes within 15 odd yards. It’s the same with Guendouzi.

    A costly pass is only 1 pass so he could complete most of the rest and still come up with a healthy 85-90% on the statsheet when we all know that he cost us a goal/could well have cost us a goal.

  7. SUGA3

    Ishola,

    I think it was the long injury layoff that was his undoing, not going to the World Cup, etc. Then he was rushed back in, still knackered and cost the team dearly on a couple of occasions.

    I know it was a no brainer, good job that Koscielny spat his dummy out and Luiz does not get along with Lampard (allegedly). Lucky us, I guess.

  8. Ishola70

    I absolutely despise Xhaka as you know (Did you know?) but I have to say he does have an eye for good long range pass at times.

    But it doesn’t matter. He’s just waiting to go off like a bomb every other match.

    As others have said now we have a CB like Luiz who himself has a range of passing it negates Xhaka’s so-called importance to the team.

  9. vickingz

    Best conversion rate in the PL, scored the most goals of any striker in the premier league era in his first 50 games for us. Does he miss chances, sure, is it frustrating, sure, but you’re absolutely clueless as usual.

    Yawnnnnnnn. It shows there ain’t elite strikers in epl. If your main striker could manage same goals as Liverpool’s wingers,,, what’s next? He’s indeed an elite striker

  10. Marko

    AMN rightly got hammered for the EL Final but it’s convenient to ignore whenever he makes a positive contribution like last week, that was huge and he created that goal from nothing giving us all 3 points. Barely heard a peep about it on here afterwards.

    I realize that you got this whole contrarion persona going on but one assist doesn’t absolve him of the mistakes he’s made and in no way shape or form is it comparable to costing us three goals in the final.

  11. TR7

    WE, Fernandinho also makes 15 yards crab passes. See it would be a fair argument if you said Guen still needed to work on his defensive game but he is not a sloppy passer nor he is a dear caught in the headlights. He looks reasonably comfortable with passing, I do not expect him to be Cesc Fabregas at passing.

  12. Marko

    Don’t you see how daft you’re being with the Xhaka comparison being an apt one..

    No not at all. Don’t you feel daft for saying that Guendouzi js a nonentity and misplaces and underhits his passes. Even in the face of facts that prove otherwise. Not that you’d admit it but I’ll help you out on this one you’re wrong with your original statements on the lad but we’ll agree on him needing to still vastly improve

  13. Ishola70

    Carts
    “Reintroducing Xhaka in a high-press situation is suicide.”

    We actually have a midfielder in Ceballos now that can come back and win the ball in midfield and not just that win the ball back in a sensible manner.

    For far too long we have had to suffer watching Xhaka and his struggles off the ball and his many times painful attempts at winning the ball himself. Not good enough that we have had to endure this for so long.

  14. Ishola70

    Fernandinho is seen as a proper DM though.

    Bit harsh comparing him to Guendouzi who is seen as a CM that is tasked to defend.

  15. WengerEagle

    Marko, I call it as I see it I’ve never tried to be a contrarian on here. What does praising the all important assist vs Newcastle have to do with the EL Final? Can you not compartmentalise performances. I’m not a fan of AMN before you start running with that shite.

    Guendouzi was crap last season going by the eye test and by Whoscored. And now you’re having the cheek to dickride him because of two ok matches vs Newcastle and Burnley?

    Age was never an excuse afforded to AMN and it’s not being afforded to Nelson.

  16. TR7

    Ishola

    Guen was playing behind Willock and Ceballos today and even against Newcastle he was behind Xhaka and Willock. Pretty much holds the same position as Fernandinho.

  17. Leedsgunner

    Why are we so hated by the mainstream media? In the commentary I was listening to in the car, they were positively willing Burnley to score against us.

    I can’t help but think had Liverpool or Tottenham been playing they would have been singing their praises for their defensive nous… and for a gritty win.

    No matter. 3 pts is all that counts.

  18. Ishola70

    TR7
    “Guen was playing behind Willock and Ceballos today and even against Newcastle he was behind Xhaka and Willock. Pretty much holds the same position as Fernandinho.”

    Yes but we all know Guendouzi has been seen as a CM and is in his absolute infancy as being more defensively called upon.

    Fernandinho on the other hand is a seasoned DM with years and years of experience.

    Not really worth comparing the two at this point.

    It’s top heavy in favour of Fernandinho naturally.

  19. Receding Hairline

    Wish some of our players can play with the freedom and joy Ceballos played with today. Not everything he tried came off but you can see he was enjoying himself all game.

    Too many stray passes from some of our players which I don’t know what to blame for.

    Torriera will not make it here, too short

  20. Marko

    Guendouzi was crap last season going by the eye test and by Whoscored. And now you’re having the cheek to dickride him because of two ok matches vs Newcastle and Burnley?

    If the argument being made is he is actually improving over he is a nonentity with shit passing then yes some cheek that. You’re not really calling it as you see it though are you especially if the facts suggest otherwise. I’ve also no idea why you keep bringing up Nelson

  21. Batistuta

    vickingz

    Your Auba criticism is a bit over the top and unnecessary. Guys a goal scorer and he’s done that massively since he’s been here. It’s not play station mate, it’s real life, he can’t have it all. First Arsenal golden boot winner since RVP, already 2 goals in 2 games and you want to dissect him because he misses a few sitters.

  22. Marko

    WE I don’t know why you’re seemingly getting pissy. Just admit that you got it wrong for the nonentity and poor passer nonsense and move on. Because you were clearly wrong boy

  23. Batistuta

    Again, result mattered more for me

    Like Luiz, live that he hardly takes chances and just puts it out for a corner or throwing.

    Monreal was okay, seems he’s trying so hard now he knows Tierney is knocking about

    Auba on the wings though is just bad but we have to make do

    Laca didn’t look 100% but you can see his quality and strength

    Willock and Guendozi had good games

    Nelson was poor but he’ll get there

    Pepe will be brilliant once he gets up to speed

    Then there’s Dani Ceballos, what a player

  24. WengerEagle

    Marko

    It’s not a proper sample size that can be ascertained if he’s improved though is it? It’s just you getting giddy by the mere thought. He wasn’t even that good it’s weird that you’re going so far out of your way to defend him here from justified criticism.

    You’re more than happy to bollock AMN and look the other way when he plays well which is my point on you having an agendas against certain players. Same with Xhaka, have never seen you acknowledge a single positive contribution he made to the side on here. He’s Lee Cattermole 2.0 in your world.

    I bring Nelson up because nobody is being patient with him and he’s getting hammered on here at 19 in his first proper chance in the side and I don’t see you riding out on your Stallion to defend him.

  25. TR7

    WE

    The main criticism.of Xhaka has been that his brain fart moments cost us goals. He has been sent off a few times and picks a yellow almost every game. You can’t say Matteo has caused nearly as much damage.

  26. WengerEagle

    And good luck waiting on that, maybe the day you back down and admit that one of your takes has been shocking and tinted with agenda, mostly pro-Emery these days.

    You argue with people for pages on here at a time, stubborn even for a Paddy.

  27. Batistuta

    Like the look of Norwich, Newcastle are going to struggle this season.

    Troussard looks a player, weren’t we supposedly in for him

  28. Paulinho

    “Elneny was a former Le Grove favourite too, how did that one work out?”

    I always thought I was his only fan?

    Xhaka was the real Le Grove darling. Go back to that summer we signed him, and 90% thought we had found a long-term diamond to patrol deep midfield.

  29. Batistuta

    Difference with Liverpool so far is the fact that teams are now creating chances against them, they’ll destroy you on the counter but unlike last season, they’re giving away chances at the other end

  30. Freddie Ljungberg

    Burnley are no pushovers either that we should be steamrolling with a half fit team.

    “They have won 30 points since the start of 2019, that’s the same as much-heralded Everton, only one less than Chelsea and Wolves and one point more than Spurs.”

    That’s from Squawka.

    Guen:

    95% pass completion,50% of those passes were forward, 4 ball recoveries

    From arseblog.

  31. Receding Hairline

    Guendouzi has been okay first two games, but I don’t see anything in his game that means we don’t need Xhaka…nothing at all.

    Willock is a better footballer and even he is average for now

    Ceballos performance today tells you all you need to know about our midfield over the past few seasons, game would have been painful viewing without him.

  32. Pierre

    I think a big thank you should go to pep Guardiola for changing the way the game is now played.

    It is his style of football that has implemented the rule change of allowing defenders into the box at goal kicks.

    This may appear to be a small rule change but it is having a positive/massive effect in the way the game is being played in the premier League.

    For years I used to go to highbury and see at goal kicks 20 outfield players bunched into a 15 yard area of pitch as the ball was lumped up from the penalty area.

    I am watching a completely different game now . The players are now spread across 2 thirds of the pitch from goal kicks as teams are determined to play out from the back .

    This creates enormous amounts of space in other areas of the pitch , making the game much more open and better to watch.

    Pep is a genius in the way way he looks at the game.
    He was heavily criticised for trying to play this style of football when he first arrived in the country but he succeeded and now clubs are trying to emulate him..

  33. Marko

    it’s weird that you’re going so far out of your way to defend him here from justified criticism.

    First off you numbskull it’s not justified criticism if the criticism is he’s a nonentity with shit passing because it’s wrong clearly. Secondly I’m not going to bat for Reiss Nelson because there’s not been that heavy criticism of him. What am I going to argue with Paulinho over his Nelson casual comment? Of course not.

    Again I don’t get what you’re doing here I really don’t you said a fairly stupid thing was proven wrong on said stupid thing and now you’re going off on other things like that somehow excuses that stupid thing you said. It’s perfect what about ism really. Hey you said something stupid about Guendouzi… but but what about Xhaka what AMN and Reiss Nelson what about the Clinton foundation. Just stop.

  34. WengerEagle

    Paulinho

    He had quite a few supporters on here, that smooth style of play. Did play that one very good match at the Nou Camp even if Barca weren’t arsed and were through already.

  35. Jamie

    Paulinho –

    I was a fan of early Elneny too. He always seemed to make himself available for a pass and tended to recycle the ball quickly.

    He kind of went off the boil for me. I think having a ponderous Xhaka in midfield just seemed to slow the rest of the team down. Maybe I’m reading it wrong. Plenty of Xhaka fans who think he’s integral to the way we play.

  36. Ishola70

    Receding Hairline
    “Guendouzi has been okay first two games, but I don’t see anything in his game that means we don’t need Xhaka…nothing at all.”

    What is Xhaka needed for in the team? What aspects?

    I’d say some long range passing at times and some set-piece plays.

    Guendouzi is capable to play those short passes that just keep ticking the ball over.

    Luiz can spray a good long pass at times just like Xhaka.

    That just leaves set-pieces no?

    What you think?

  37. TR7

    Paulinho, I was the first Elneny fan on here, you merely followed suit :p

    Jokes aside, Elneny was not nearly as bad as many made him out to be.

  38. Dissenter

    We stand almost no chance against Liverpool. Their full backs and front three are too much for us.
    They will punish the typical mistakes AMN ands Monreal make.

  39. Ishola70

    Poor from Southampton.

    Lose the ball right in front of their own penalty area and are punished.

    2-0 to the Pool.

  40. Champagne charlie

    “They will punish the typical mistakes AMN ands Monreal make.“

    What mistakes did they make today?

  41. Marko

    And good luck waiting on that, maybe the day you back down and admit that one of your takes has been shocking and tinted with agenda, mostly pro-Emery these days.

    I’m guessing that’s to me. Fuck off WE what does any of that have to do with you being wrong in your earlier assessment of Guendouzi. Takes a humble man to admit when he’s gotten something wrong. I dunno what you’d call someone who deflects and digs his heels in when they’re wrong. Probably bamford. Anyway fair play lad

  42. Ishola70

    If Arsenal are prepared to defend their own flanks like their lives depend on it at Anfield then they may get a chance of a result. That’s where Liverpool kill you.

    If not they will suffer just as many others do.

  43. Dissenter

    CC
    AMN lost the ball several times in the opposition half, a better team would have punished us.
    Good victory but a very ponderous performance in my opinion.
    You obviously disagree.

  44. Dissenter

    It’s easy to see why Liverpool didn’t buy anyone ninth summer
    Oxlade looks like a new signing, new knees and all.

  45. Receding Hairline

    Ishola I am not having a conversation about Xhaka with you. Fact of the matter is when fit he will play and a lot.

    I am more worried about Torriera than Xhaka, I actually see a January move back to Italy on the cards

    Dissenter our full backs didn’t make mistakes today, they are both just rubbish at crossing

  46. Champagne charlie

    Dissenter

    What did you make of the goal we conceded?

    No, I just find that sort of commentary lazy and usually inaccurate so I question it.

  47. WengerEagle

    Marko

    It’s not wrong though, it’s laughable that you equate being a sloppy passer to a poor one. Xhaka has excellent passing stats but we all know that he’s good for a sloppy hospital pass, that’s all I mean re Guendouzi. You’re fetishising over a pass percentage in the hope that it’ll make you look clever but you just come across as a myopic twerp really.

    And as for the non-entity off the ball comment, how’s about just saying he’s poor defensively then if you’re getting all hung up on your Whoscored stats? That better or are you going to get all set on the semantics of exactly what was said verbatim and not the general meaning of it like you tend to do.

  48. Paulinho

    “He kind of went off the boil for me. I think having a ponderous Xhaka in midfield just seemed to slow the rest of the team down”

    Yeah, I was never a massive fan of Elneny in isolation (never even heard of him at Basle), but he was decent when he first joined, and watching Xhaka continually passing backwards under pressure actually made me appreciate Elneny’s comparative nimbleness and fleet-footed ability under pressure. He used to just physically die though, couldn’t last ninety minutes. Xhaka to his credit has an engine and certain clarity and consistency to his passing patterns.

  49. Pierre

    Norwich 3-0 up playing quality football

    Would love to see Arsenal take a chance on Daniel Farke.

    What he is doing at Norwich with no money whatsoever is very impressive.

  50. Dissenter

    Adrian looks like he can’t believe his luck
    Going from shitty Westham to playing in a European super cup for Liverpool.
    Dreams still come true.

  51. TR7

    Liverpool still not playing top class footy. Mane and Salah are going to be dangerous as always but they are not firing at all cylinders which is expected given season has just started. If we eke out a draw against them I will be happy.

  52. vickingz

    Your Auba criticism is a bit over the top and unnecessary. Guys a goal scorer and he’s done that massively since he’s been here. It’s not play station mate, it’s real life, he can’t have it all. First Arsenal golden boot winner since RVP, already 2 goals in 2 games and you want to dissect him because he misses a few sitters.

    Ok, he shouldn’t be criticized for missing few sitters? I get it. Saying the obvious is a sin to some folks. And to the corporal jenko that responded that my general comments are weird, I ain’t expecting folks like you to understand me. A certain Norwich player has scored 4 goals already in 2 epl games so far but it’s a sin to demand such from arsenal’s striker cos once he scores a goal, he’s justified.

    Do I hate him? No

    Am I lying about him? No

    So, what’s the problem? If mediocrity is ok by you, don’t blame the neighbor who ain’t settling for it.

  53. Dissenter

    CC
    The goal we conceded was very fortuitous, lie you said earlier
    I think it was almost impossible to avoid; a very lucky deflection falls right on the shoot foot of the attacker, 6 yards in front of goal.

    AMN has his attributes but again a very good team like Liverpool with world class full backs, he will cost us. I’m not bashing him, just so that you know.

  54. WengerEagle

    This Pukki lad couldn’t hit a cow’s arse with a banjo in Germany for Schalke and even in the SPL for Celtic where every CF with a pulse scores goals.

    Since he’s come to England at 28 he’s been a scoring phenom, haha football is funny like that.

  55. Marko

    It’s not wrong though, it’s laughable that you equate being a sloppy passer to a poor one

    First off the original comment was about common misplaced and underhit passes and I gave you statistics that proved otherwise. So it was wrong.

    And as for the non-entity off the ball comment, how’s about just saying he’s poor defensively then if you’re getting all hung up on your Whoscored stats?

    That’s about as close to you admitting that you were wrong so I’ll take it not give a shit and move on. Was that so hard.

  56. Dissenter

    Liverpool are hanging on for their very lives
    They are not as assured as City, look like a class below city for me.

  57. Champagne charlie

    Dissenter

    It was fortuitous with regards to how it landed at the striker, but we conceded a free shot on goal from 25 yards like a Sunday league side.

    I know for a fact if a certain #10 had been so invisible as Ceballos was for the goal he’d have gotten dogs abuse. Weagle on the money when talking about players getting favourable commentary and others scathing criticism.

    Those lazy throw away comments about AMN and Monreal fuel that sort of thing imo.

  58. LegendMax

    Ishola
    Nah he is not really easy on the eye. Runs with a gait. Not pretty on the ball but who cares when he has such an impact on the match. Has enough talent and attributes.We have seen silky players with not enough substance = Mesut Ozil.Time for players with substance and irrevelant in whether they look silky.

    Which ceballos are u watching??
    Or maybe you just have a different definition for ‘silky’?
    Ceballos reminds me of cazorla….that’s silky enough for me.
    His ball control, press evasion, passing and shooting attributes plus his combative style were all on show today. Fingers crossed to see if he can keep this up next week at anfield

  59. Champagne charlie

    Weagle

    Goes to show how important the league and the club can be to a players career. Remember reading Wenger talking in great length about how those factors were so important to a career of a footballer (was talking young players in the main, but same outcome).

  60. WengerEagle

    Lol it’s not wrong though you plum, he is sloppy in possession at certain points in matches like he was today in one of his so called good matches. Which IS what I said in fact.

    I didn’t say he was a shit passer, but sure whatever makes you feel better. You won the argument, how’s that lad?

    This is like Upa all over again, does it help you sleep sounder knowing you’ve bested me in every Le Grove debate or something?

  61. Ishola70

    People are offended when players are not termed silky lol.

    Ceballos has attributes both on and off the ball that are good enough for me that don’t even matter in relation to this so-called silkiness.

  62. Dissenter

    We may be making Ceballos more expensive for us to afford next summer.
    He’s getting a nice place on the English transfer market window, enough to trigger a brutal bidding war.
    Hopefully we still get a gentleman’s first refusal from Madrid.

  63. WengerEagle

    Charlie

    Yep, the really top players generally can adapt to most clubs/environments but the more mid tier seem to thrive for a certain club or manager and flounder elsewhere. Or a country.

    Ciro Immobile wasn’t good in Spain or Germany but he’s been great in Italy.

  64. Champagne charlie

    Bernard was a miss on a bosman, busy little player and would’ve done well on the wing for us here.

    Especially when you consider they’ve bought Iwobi for 35 mil.

  65. Freddie Ljungberg

    RH

    Think you’re being harsh on Torreira, he isn’t fully fit yet and didn’t have a full preseason.

    Sure, he faded second half of the season last year but that was to be expected really, coming from Serie A, world cup etc. He was one of if not the best player first half of the season. Much better player than Xhaka in all respects.

    Him being short wasn’t really much of a problem until he ran out of steam. Agree that we need more physicality in midfield though but would sell Xhaka over Torreira any day, any time and bring in someone like Sangare.

  66. Champagne charlie

    Weagle

    Yea there’s that 1% who do it wherever they play, although some elites have a soft head on them and don’t hack some places.

    As you say it’s the next band down, the really good players, that need the right club to really perform.

  67. Marko

    Lol it’s not wrong though you plum, he is sloppy in possession at certain points in matches like he was today in one of his so called good matches. Which IS what I said in fact.

    Say I say to you here there’s this lad he misplaces passes at a fairly common rate but his pass success rate is 89% you’d think that doesn’t sound right does it. Right?

  68. Ishola70

    WE

    “You’ve been banging on about Ceballos not being silky all day Ishola, who are you arguing with at this point?”

    Not really WE.

    Just answering Legend Max who seems to think silkiness is essential lol.

    And Paulinho earlier who wanted a bit of silky acknowledged as well.

    As you are implying who cares really.

    As long as he is an influence down the line like he was today “silkiness” irrevelant.

  69. WengerEagle

    Charlie

    I have never been Ibrahimovic’s biggest fan and I only mean in terms of not rating him as the best CF of his generation like so many seem to fantastic player that he has been but he’s probably as elite a nomad as one gets. Won the league with nearly club he played with in Europe and that spans Italy, Holland, Spain and France. Scored 28 goals even for United as a pensioner and he dicks the MLS when he’s in the mood, scored a hat-rick vs LA FC who along with Vela were being hyped as better than Ibra to beat them 3-2.

    Reason I didn’t adore him like so many others was because of his shortcomings in the CL. Wasn’t even that he never won it, could almost forgive as Henry for example nearly went his career without winning it but he never even came close and generally flattered to deceive in the knockout stages.

  70. WengerEagle

    Marko

    Haha you know well that I meant it’s a common feature of his game to misplace a pass in a dangerous area rather than misplace passes in general as most of his passes are short ones in the middle of the park without any significant risk behind them being underhit/misplaced.

    It’s like you saying that Xhaka’s a mistake machine or that AMN is shit defensively. You don’t literally mean that he makes mistakes all the time or that AMN is crap in every instance of play off the ball defending but it’s a fair point because they are obvious holes in both of their games.

    It’s hilarious that you won’t back down from Guen not being guilty of playing hospital passes when he clearly has on multiple occasions, today being just an example.

    Anyway, this is getting silly at this point. Clearly you’re not going to back down from your staunch assertion that I called Guen a shit passer so we’re both just wasting our time continuing this.

  71. Carts

    “Pukki going to be fantasy football goldust, this years Michu”

    supply teacher looking fucker will probably pull a Kevin Phillips this season